Duration : The dinner time with shows starts at 7 p.m. until 9.30 p.m. daily.
Relax in an informal atmosphere whilst dining on delicious northern Thai cuisine called “Khan Toke”. "Khan" actually means bowl and "Toke" refers to a small, low, round floor table usually made of rattan or lacquer ware. The menu usually consists of "Gaeng Hang Lay" (pork curry with garlic, ginger and other spices), "Nam Prik Ong" (minced pork cooked with tomatoes, cucumbers, onions and chilies), "Cab Moo" (fried pork skin), and special deep fried chicken among the many choices. These dishes are eaten with "Kao Nieow" (sticky rice), a special rice variety.
Tuck in and eat to your heart’s content. During the meal, a traditional northern musical ensemble will play soothing music while charming dancers will entertain you with the fingernail dance, candle dance, sword dance and ramwong dance. If you get the urge, join in the ramwong dance...it’s great. After that, there will be a fireworks display. Then, a selection of hill tribe dances performed by the Akha, Yao, Lisu and Karen tribes rounds up this entertaining evening. (Loose, informal attire is recommended as you will be sitting down on the floor).